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– The router DHCP Server is enabled. Even though lately external IP is the same I think I have dynamic external IP.
– I have one router at home. I do not have any other routers. I tried using NoMachine client on my Windows 10 notebook to connect to the RPi3. If I remember right notebook got the same address as RPi3 before and RPi3 got different address.
– RPi3 was connected to the router via wifi.
– I have firewall enable checked on my router. As it is said in the manual it means SPI Firewall Protection enabled. It blocks Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. All other sub items on the firewall page are unchecked.
If you tell what should I do exactly, I can repeat the test and send updated logs to you.
I have installed free version of NoMachine 5.1.26 on Raspberry Pi 3b running Raspbian Jessie and want to set up remote access to NX Server when the server is behind a NAT router. I enabled UPnP mapping on my Cisco EPC 3825 router and checked that the line “EnableUPnP NX” in the /usr/NX/etc/server.cfg is not commented. After booting OS Rasbian there is not public IP address on NoMachine’s Welcome Screen page IP list. I checked the status /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –status and everything is enabled NX> 161 Enabled service: nxserver. NX> 161 Enabled service: nxnode.
NX> 161 Enabled service: nxd. Public IP address appears on the welcome page after I run /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –restart. NoMachine Preferences->Services Start automatic services at startup is checked. How to let NoMachine to get public IP immediately after booting OS.
I cannot reproduce this problem with the fresh installation which is consistent with your arguments. I must apologize I might overlooked the icon on my client PC. I take this opportunity to thank the team of NoMachine developers. I tried different remote desktop packages to connect a windows machine with a Linux one. I’ve tried different flavor of VNC, xRDP etc. NoMachine is the best! It outperforms other applications, both in terms of performance and the convenience of the interface. This is the only remote desktop which can manage heavy Linux desktops such as Unity and Plasma. Unfortunately I just occasionally met reference to NoMachine in one of xRDP forums. One question. Does free version support file transfer? I do not see corresponding items in the Monitor menu.
Let me reproduce the problem installing NoMachine on a different PC with Kubuntu 15.04. Am I right that the icon should be visible on a client system tray?